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A temporary health care structure built by ECHO Cottages in New York. The company’s owner, Bob Novak, told The Bulletin he worked with Connecticut’s legislature to draft the state’s new law. — Contributed photo

Commission to determine fate of ‘granny pods’

Planning and Zoning Commission opens hearing on new state law that allows homeowners to place temporary health care structures on their properties.

Members of Our Lady of Fatima’s adult choir include, back row, from left, Clay Zambo, John Revel, Victor Tenore, Paul Simeone, Jack Wallace, John Wilson, Chris Switzer, and Ron Sands. In front, from left, are Gini Fischer, Erlinda Arriola, MaryAnn Bozzuti, Christine Tenore, Rosa Carreccia, Michaele Taylor, Wendy Pasierb, Lissa Seeberger, and Carol Havlin. Not pictured are Janice Dehn, Joe Donia, Mary Bozzuti Higgins, Michael McMahon, and Julie Wallace.

Choir presents annual Advent concert

The Adult Choir at Our Lady of Fatima will present its annual Advent Concert, this year featuring the cantata Morning Star: Celebrating the Everlasting Light of Christmas.

Poll: What’s your favorite Thanksgiving food?

Thanksgiving is Thursday, Nov. 23. Let us know what you’re looking forward to most about this food-filled holiday.

Company completes transition

Land-use consulting company Redniss & Mead, Inc. announced the culmination of its 12-year leadership and ownership transition.

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